Four Points by Sheraton Auckland, part of Marriott International (NASDAQ: MAR) has announced that it will be holding a recruitment open day in Auckland on 8 February from 12-7pm to fill 100 positions.
The 4.5 star hotel will be recruiting for positions across all levels and in all departments, including housekeeping, food and beverage, chefs and stewarding, porters and drivers, and front of house.
The management team is looking for enthusiastic, reliable candidates that will enjoy an environment built around creativity, teamwork and collaboration.
“We treat our associates like family. Marriott International’s founding philosophy is that if associates are taken care of, then they will take care of the guests, and the guests will come back again and again,” explains Paul Gallop, General Manager at Four Points by Sheraton Auckland. “We’re looking for applicants excited to be a part of our family.”
“A culture of opportunity at Marriott International hotels, including Four Points by Sheraton, means that everyone has a chance to develop and excel, whatever level they come in at,” he adds. “A position at Four Points by Sheraton Auckland doesn’t have to be just another job – it can be an incredibly fulfilling and exciting career with the potential to take you all around the world.”
Four Points by Sheraton Auckland is Marriott International’s first hotel in New Zealand. Due to open in April 2018, the 255-room, 20-level hotel will be located on Queen Street, next to Aotea Square. The hotel will offer an all-day restaurant, lounge and bar, free WiFi for guests, around 500 square metres of conference and meeting space, and a fitness centre.
Two highlights of the hotel will be the rooftop bar with panoramic views of the city and the refurbished Queen’s Head Tavern, which was first mentioned in Auckland archives in 1863. These venues will feature fresh, seasonal menus that celebrate local produce, complemented with a wide range of craft beers and artisan wines.
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